Partial lockdown imposed in Rajasthan; Shops, malls to close by 8 pm
Jaipur: The Rajasthan government has issued fresh guidelines keeping in view the surge in Covid-19 cases.
The weekend curfew has been imposed. Shops and malls will be closed by 8 pm. Only 50 people are allowed to attend wedding ceremonies in the municipal corporation and municipality areas across the state. In the remaining areas, 100 people are allowed.
Here is a brief overview of the fresh guidelines issued by the Rajasthan government on Sunday:
- Schools for students of classes up to 12 are to remain closed in all municipal corporation and municipality areas across the state till January 30.
- Colleges and coaching institutes to remain open, but Covid-19 guidelines including social distancing to be strictly followed. If it’s not possible to follow these guidelines, classes to have only 50% attendance.
- Only 100 people are now allowed to attend weddings in Rajasthan’s rural areas. The cap is 50 people in all municipal corporation including Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur and municipality areas.
- Marriage garden will be sealed for 7 days if the organizers are found flouting Covid-19 guidelines.
- Social, religious, political, sports, entertainment, education etc functions can not have an attendance of more than 100 people. The cap is 50 people in municipal corporation and municipality areas.
- Religious places are to remain open from 5 am to 8 pm only.
- People are advised to remain indoors when celebrating festivities on January 13 and January 14.
- Home delivery by restaurants and clubs are allowed throughout the day, but serving food inhouse and takeaways are allowed till 10 pm with 50% capacity.
- All cinema halls, theatres and multiplexes, amusement parks, auditoriums, exhibition halls, etc. are allowed to remain open till 8 pm with 50% capacity.
- Shops, malls and other commercial establishments to remain open till 8 pm.
- Jan Anushasan curfew to remain in effect from 11 pm Saturday to 5 am Monday.